People from all over the world visit Honduras to see its forests, beaches, ecoparks, islands and archaeological sites. The most important tourist attractions include:
20 Nationals Parks
6 Archaeological Sites
6 Ramsar Sites
Stunning Beaches and Coral Reefs
Residents and foreigners alike find living conditions here quite comfortable. Conveniently located throughout the city of San Pedro Sula, our shopping malls and supermarkets sell products similar to those in the United States. We have a wide selection of restaurants offering both continental and Asian cuisine, as well as local specialties.
Our cinemas play feature films at roughly the same timeframes as they are shown in the U.S. A wide variety of cable television providers offer over 20 channels in English; satellite television providers can install individual TV sets in private homes at very reasonable costs.
The lifestyle in San Pedro Sula is ideal for people seeking a lush tropical setting with modern facilities and amenities.
San Pedro Sula,
the industrial and economic
engine of Honduras
Travel and Recreation
San Pedro Sula offers a wide variety of activities within city limits, including social and sports clubs with world-class golf courses, tennis and soccer courts, and swimming pools just 20 minutes from the city.
The city has become a center not only for business but also tourism. Offering all of the advantages of a modern cosmopolitan city, San Pedro Sula serves as a base for a multitude of destinations. Beautiful beaches and wonderful local attractions just 45 minutes away make this the perfect place to live and work.
Honduras is considered a biodiversity hotspot because of the numerous plant and animal species that can be found here. We have a vast amount of biological resources, including over 6,000 plant species, 250 reptile and amphibian species, over 700 species of birds, and 110 species of mammals.
In the northeastern region of La Mosquitia is the Río Plátano Biosphere Reserve, a lowland rainforest home to a vast diversity of life. The Reserve was certified as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1982.